Free Google Nest Thermostat (Or Extremely Discounted)

To celebrate Earth Day, many utility companies are offering a free or discounted Google Nest Thermostat. This offer is available in 30 different states so check if you live in one that has this deal!

Ninja Update 9/26/21: Deal is back for Energy Efficiency Day.

Free Google Nest Thermostat Offer

Nest, owned by Google, recently launched a promo that provides a $30 discount off of their new Nest Thermostat until Earth Day.

However, many utility companies are going above and beyond that. Throughout Earth Month, you can get the Google Nest Smart Programmable WiFi Thermostat for free or at a significantly discounted price.

Depending on your electric or gas provider, you can also get other smart thermostats like the ecobeee or Honeywell.

Below you can see a list of 61 utility companies offering this deal across 30 different states. Find your state below (listed in alphabetical order) and follow the link for more details:

Free Google Nest By State

Ninja Note: If the links under your state doesn’t work, then try to pick your state from this page and follow the directions on there.

The Bottom Line

This is an awesome deal and you’re also helping the environment to boot!

One thing I really love about “smart homes” is the ability to set up geo-fencing. You can link your phone’s GPS location to your smart thermostat, so when you’re about to come home, the air conditioning/heating kicks in 5-10 minutes before you come in.

I’ve used the Google Nest line of smart thermostats in my previous house and have the ecobee now. Both are great and they really do save you money from heating and cooling your homes at the right time and right temperature.

H/T to SlickDeals for finding this deal.

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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